Post to build cereal distribution plant in Utah

by Eric Schroeder
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Post cereal brands include Pebbles, Honey Bunches of Oats and Raisin Bran.
 
 

SALT LAKE CITY — Post Holdings, Inc. has begun construction on a $50 million, 901,000-square-foot facility in Salt Lake City. The new cereal distribution plant will be located near the newly announced Northwest Quadrant Development site.

“We are excited to be partnering with Freeport West and Salt Lake City as one of the first major developments near the Northwest Quadrant of the City,” said Linda Fisher, director of corporate communications for Post Consumer Brands. “This area truly represents the Crossroads of the West, opening up great distribution opportunities for our company, coupled with a first-class quality of life to our employees.”

Post, which operates a facility in Box Elder County, Utah, is the third-largest cereal company in the United States.
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READER COMMENTS (4)

By Richard ENRIQUEZ 5/25/2017 10:56:48 AM
When will you start accepting applications I worked for frito-lay for 16 years and would like to apply

By Patricia enriquez 2/2/2017 7:45:36 AM
I would like to know when you will start hiring.. I worked for frito lay as a packaging coordinator and now I'm at silencerco please let me know thanks

By Shawn hannett 1/31/2017 4:31:45 AM
I was just wondering when you will start accepting applications .i am very interested for workiing for post. I have been working for Frito-lay for about 17yrs.

By Vincent Chacon 12/31/2016 7:36:41 PM
I currently work at Frito-Lay and I was wondering how to apply for this plant. Might be a better opportunity, Thanks